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>> they warned him. >> imagine the cleanup bill for that one. oh, boy. thank you so much for joining us on this friday. hope you have a great >> have a >> "fox & friends" starts right now. bye. good morning. it's friday, april 11th, 2014. i'm elisabeth hasselbeck. we begin with a fox news alert. a bus packed with students erupts into flames. now at least nine people killed in this crash. the very latest as the story breaks. meanwhile, the woman at the helm of the botched obama care rollout has always said this. >> no one has been fired. the majority of people calling for me to resign i would say are people who i don't work for. >> okay. well now kathleen sebelius doesn't work for barack obama or anybody else right now. find out why and what happens next to our health care. it turns out there's one liberal out, another one is in.
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stephen colbert taking over for david letterman and karl rove is a little worried. >> i got a little bit of concern about colbert. he took a ham, decorated it to look like me and took out a knife and stabbed it continually. >> yeah. >> hilarious. >> he played a character. i don't know what he's going to do. we'll discuss it and break it down. bring out your own fork and knife. happy friday mornings according to elizabeth are better with friends. >> that's right. >> you're watching "fox & friends," a great way to begin your day. welcome back to the friday episode of "fox & friends." brian kilmeade you were down in washington, d.c. >> yes. i was in washington. it was a lot of fun and it is great to be back here. great to see the bureau, another vital portion of the fox news em snir we missed you right here. >> i took out all the people who helped me out of radio from washington we had our christmas get together.
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>> christmas for easter. >> everyone ended up in fisticuf fisticuffs, talked out of the restaurant. only kidding. >> a lot of fun. >> it was good. i couldn't believe this news as i'm coming back on amtrak. >> broke last night at -- let me think, 6:45, the news came out of washington, in charge of the disastrous rollout, now after months of denying she was on the way out, kathleen sebelius is officially resigning later today. doug la sueder is watching the developments and 11:00 this morning the official word, right? >> that's when it comes down. the administration was waiting for brian to leave town before they made this announcement. >> that's what i thought. again. >> we suspected that as well. >> once you were safely on your train they felt it was safe to make the announcement. >> okay. >> not a huge surprise. the timing is difficult to predict but kathleen sebelius will be known for the flawed obama care website. she was the point person on that. and it not only didn't work, in fact they're still having trouble with it, but it costs
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hundreds of millions of taxpayer dollars to develop it. we knew the writing was on the wall for sebelius because of what happened about a week and a half ago. president obama went to the rose garden for what was described as an obama care victory lap claiming 7 million people had, in fact, enrolled for health care plans through the websites. he thanked a number of people including nancy pelosi, others, did not mention kathleen sebelius, even though she was sitting in the audience right in front of him. now as far as what happens now, the president as you mentioned is going to make this announcement at 11:00 eastern. kathleen sebelius will be out but she will continue to serve, we think, until her replacement is actually confirmed. this is sylvia burwell, currently serves as the budget chief for the white house. the administration thinks she's a safe pick because she's gone through this process before. she's had decent republican support in the past. maybe it will be easy, but as judge napolitano reminds us, you
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have to remember the mid term elections are coming. >> this is a bad time for the president to have to go through it. he has five to seven vulnerable democrats in the senate running for re-election. we're going to be tempted not necessarily to go along for the ride. and perhaps either to remain silent or neutral or at least be as curious and inquisitive as republicans would be of what miss burwell will do with the mess she's inheriting. their eyes are not going to be on the confirmation. their eyes will be on election day in november. >> and the other thing to remember is the way the senate works now after harry reid's nuclear option. it's broken down 53-45. democrats to republicans. used to be you needed 60 votes to do a confirmation process like this. now you just need 51. the judge's point is that a lot of these democrats on the blue side may begin to waffle a little bit during this confirmation process because of the upcoming election. back to you guys. >> absolutely. >> thanks. >> great point.
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with less than 40% in favor of the health care law, americans, usa/pew research poll taken last week, half of americans in that poll opposing it. it certainly makes sense why this would happen now. some people think too early, some people think too late. watch this montage here of cath lien sebelius's most memorable moments and it might make that survey make sense. >> the majority of people calling for me to resign, i would say, are people who i don't work for. in an ideal world, it would have been a lot more testing. >> a convicted felon could be a navigator and could acquire sensitive personal information from an individual unbeknownst to them. >> that is possible. >> i think success looks like at least 7 million people having signed up by the end of march 2014. first of all 7 million was not the administration, that was a cbo congressional budget office prediction when the bill was first signed. i'm not quite sure where they
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even got their numbers. >> how many have signed up thus far? >> fully enrolled? >> yes. >> i can't tell you because i don't know. >> there is absolutely no evidence and every economist will tell you this, that there is any job loss related to the affordable care act. >> at last check 64% of oklahomans aren't buying into the health care plan. they don't like obama care and they've been pretty vocal about it. now that's going to be -- still continue to be a tough sell but we'll see how that plays out over the coming months. >> all right. secretary sebelius, thank you so much for being with us this morning. i think we've probably lost sound here or something. >> i can hear you, but i -- thanks for having me. >> and if you think about it, she -- according to almost every report she never really met with the president. i don't know whose fault that is. even during the most perilous times, the summer leading up, the early fall to the actual
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rollout there's an excellent chance the president had no idea it was bad or the president, as his management style would reflect, was not meeting with her on the most vital piece of legislation. in the end the timing when this thing got a little bit better is when this guy jeff zeits came by and kind of oversee what she was doing. >> or is that separation strategic so there was space between the mistakes of this rollout and the administration, specifically the president? >> sure. go ahead and watch for democrats to start saying, particularly the senate democrats who are vulnerable right now, for them to start saying, you know what, there was trouble with the rollout, but the person who was in charge of that is gone and now we got this new person. by the way, every time today you hear somebody describe the rollout for the affordable care act as troubled or rocky or problematic. >> bumpy. >> you're going to hear that a lot, it wasn't any of those. it was a disaster. and the only reason that the white house kept her around, they needed a scalp, they kept
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her around because if they fired her then it would have been an admission there was a problem. >> who was the master of disaster? does anyone remember? >> master of disguise. >> apollo three. >> the master of the universe. >> master of disaster apollo crede, once heavyweight champion. we got a busy friday morning. turn now to headlines and heather. >> master of the headlines we'll say. >> good morning to you. unfortunately we have sad news to start off with this morning. we're watching the story coming out of california. a fox news alert now and what is tragic about this, they were set to start the rest of their lives when the unthinkable happened. a fedex truck slamming into a tour bus filled with students leaving nine people dead. we are getting reports that some of the deceased may have been students. they were on their way to tour colleges in california. listen to this. >> we heard like an explosion
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and we came outside and everything was already on fire, in flames. there was a bunch of screams and there was a man that ran out and his back was like on fire. >> both drivers of those vehicles along with seven passengers on that bus died. the fedex truck, they believe, crossed into oncoming traffic. investigators are now trying to figure out why. hum bolt state university sent that bus to southern california to bring perspective students on tour. our hearts and prayers out to those families this morning. a night of prayers in detroit. hundreds attending a vigil for the driver who had been brutally beaten bay mob after he tried to save a boy that he accidentally hit with his car. and this morning, we have learned that one of the suspects, a 16-year-old, has been charged with a hate crime. the victim steve utash remains in a medically induced coma this morning. he was punched and kicked and robbed while he was trying to help the 10-year-old boy. also new overnight, satellite images revealing that
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russian forces are now within striking distance of these images and they fly in the face of russia's claim they have no plans for further military action after annexing cry mea last month. this as russian threatens to hike gas prices in the ukraine, pushing tensions really to a breaking point. and we talked about this one before, letterman is out and colbert is now in. >> late night debuted my first year in college. i learned more from watching dave than i did from going to my classes. and i got to tell you, i do to the envy whoever they try to put in that chair. >> well, colbert will now take over at the late show some time next year. he signed a five-year deal. the 49-year-old has been the host of "the colbert report" since 2005 where he really likes picking on fox news. >> a little bit of concern about colbert. he took a ham, decorated it to
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look like me and took out a knife and stabbed it continually. maybe cbs ought to look into some anger management courses before he replaces letterman. one liberal replacing another one. this one knows how to weald a knife. >> a lot of controversy from that pick and those are your headlines. back over to you. >> thank you very much. how many times has this happened? it's 8:00 at night and get an e-mail and next thing you know you have to get to work, start studying. >> we get that all the time. >> from me. >> from you. elisabeth wants you to do extra work and be prepared, unlike yesterday. how many times have we got that, steve? >> sure. >> in france a different story. >> france is famous. you only have to work 35 hours a week in france and now because apparently people in the i.t. industry, particularly people at french google and facebook, 35 hours, you know, sometimes it's just too much and so what they've done is they've come up with this new rule that will protect them from burnout where they can essentially turn off their phones. >> get out of here.
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>> when they go home so they won't be bothered by working past 35 hours a week. >> right. >> they are fighting for their right to unplug and say avoy. >> if you demonstrate some type of burnout. >> right. >> seen as though life is getting you down, you can shut off your phone and, of course, you can't get fired. unions keeping you in your place. >> you don't have to. they will not be forced to unplug as a union official did point out. if you need to you can. >> i have a question for you guys right now. guys and gals. if you just simply told your boss, let's say later today, the reason i didn't respond to your e-mail last night at 7:00 thursday night was because i was a little burned out, do you think they're going to buy that? >> how about this? >> you'll be unplugged. >> you hit 35 hours and just take off. >> sure. >> today at 6:20 i've hit my 35 and i'm taking off. >> you will be able to be tracked so if they get off for personal reasons to do other things they might say wait a second i thought you wanted to
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unplug. >> keep in mind french is a foreign language. doubly stressful for them. >> look, when was the last time a good idea came out of france? seriously. >> french dressing. that was great. >> don't try to be funny with me. >> ideas come from places where people work hard. there are people in the united states where your boss will say, if you're not going to come in on saturday don't bother coming in on sunday. >> right. >> or send that extra idea at 10:00 p.m. >> france the place a few years ago where they all left their parents in their homes and they went on vacation. >> oh, yeah. >> without air conditioning. >> that's -- >> hot summer. >> anyway, what do you think about the french's idea to just unplug when they get a little burned out? e-mail us, tweet us, facebook us on this friday. >> coming up straight ahead, condi rice landed a new job at a big tech company. liberals are outraged. why they say her new role is disturbing. do you agree once we explain. >> and more proof that the stimulus is doing more harm than
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company here to discuss. sometimes innovation costs money. they have not turned a profit. you have to stick to it. >> wait a minute. the government thinks it can pick winners and make money. well here's another example that it cannot. smith electric has lost $30 million of your money, taxpayer o get out s gone. there and create electric vehicles for municipal governments. they created a few and the jobs they were supposed to create cost $414,000 of your money per job created which has now been lost. >> is this what they meant by the tight cash flow situation that they quoted. >> double speak for we're losing money and closing down. >> we have graphics to show folks how your hard earned money was wasted. and they're right there. >> yeah. >> $414,000 per job. >> great work if you can find it. >> now move on to inner wand. we lost $118 million on that
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one. >> all right. >> how about a 123 systems. we lost $142 million on that one. fis car, half billion of your money is at risk, not lost, but at risk. tesla, we've bailed, give them a lot of money, tesla doing well, but in 2010 they lost a half billion dollars. >> let me connect the dots here. the government put a whole bunch of dough too all these companies, hoping they would work, when, in fact, the technology simply wasn't up to working at the point. >> they thought they could pick winners. they picked losers. by the way, this is not over. the energy secretary just recently said, we're going to start up this loan program to electric car companies and we've got $16 billion to put behind this new loan program. they're not reversining course the sight of failure they're speeding up. >> with gm and everything, what
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bothers me our taxpayer money went to one of the battery systems and china said i'll buy it. we brought it here and china took it there. >> it's all a good deal. >> he thinks he can pick winners, he must fight climate change and go for the electrics and he thinks that government should dictate your choice of car and fuel. he's wrong on all counts. >> but we know that failed process and system has not stopped the administration from going forward in some cases. is this going to stop this being a model moving forward? >> no. no. they've got $16 billion to renew the model and keep going at it. >> so pretty astonishing. >> it is astonishing. >> i have a feeling he's going to be talking about that on his program later today, 11:00 in the morning. >> don't tell him what to do. >> we'd talk more but your 35 hours is coming to a close. >> i will not e-mail you. >> coming up straight ahead. >> drug dealers in prison could be back on the streets sooner thanks to eric holder. the details are coming up. >> finally back together.
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we've got quick friday morning headlines now. convicted drug dealers could be back on the streets sooner than you think. the united states sentencing commission caving to pressure from attorney general eric holder and agreeing to reduce prison terms by 11 months and give judges more leeway during sentencing. according to a federal judge in missouri you have a constitutional right to flash your headlights warning fellow drivers there's a cop up ahead. the case brought by a guy who was fined $1,000 for flashing his headlights.
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he won. how about this one special home coming for you. a soldier and the bomb-sniffing dog he served alongside in afghanistan are reunited after almost two years apart. >> come. come here. good boy. >> well that reunion took an effort by the army, air force, congress and friends across two continents. >> here with us now to talk about happy family reunion retired army specialist josh tucker, wife sherry and dog ellen. welcome to this new reunited family. how are you doing this morning? >> not bad. >> amazing. back together again. first of all, thank you for your service. your entire family. >> thank you. >> ellen, you too, you trained ellen, she was by your side for deployment, knew everything about each other. when you were in the hospital after suffering injuries, you
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then were separated. what happened? >> well, originally i went to the hospital for ptsd. >> yes. >> and tbi. they told me everything, she would be waiting for me when i got out and all that. three months later, that all changed for some reason. >> they called me and they were like, by the way, we sent her back to lackland and we need you to tell your husband. >> did you start to argue right there with them? >> i was in shock. like i didn't even know what to say. >> because the dog means what to him? >> everything. that's his best friend. that's -- that was the whole reason that he agreed to treatment was to redeploy and to continue the mission. >> did you get to say good-bye? >> no. >> just like that? >> that's what you wanted for a while, just to say good-bye. >> that's all we expected. >> you decided, sherry, to start the process, how to get your husband and his dog back
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together. and i would think that since the dog was coming to the, you know, close to dog retirement, that the services would be helpful, but in the beginning not so much, right? >> no. at first it was difficult. we contacted a very good friend of ours at fort lewis who at the time was running the kennels and he was like, you know, okay, ellen. >> she's agreeing. >> just walked by. >> she doesn't speak much so that's -- >> you know what, she's watching herself on tv. >> a dog on tv she's saying. >> boy, is she handsome. >> so our friends sent us to -- told me if i wanted to fight for this f i thought this was the right thing, i needed to contact lackland and find her. right here on the inside of ellen's ear, right there, is tattoo number. do you want me to --
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>> we get the idea. >> there's a tattoo number. we had to search it. >> yeah. >> so they searched her tattoo number and they found her in germany. >> okay. >> and we happened to have friends that were stationed in germany so i contacted our friends and was like i want you to see if this dog was there. >> that's great. >> they found her and then we contacted the congresswoman. >> that's fantastic. and then there was a reunion in the hall of a hotel. describe that, josh? >> it was kind of like seeing come back from the dead. >> we've got the video. and ellen never forget. >> no. she -- she knew right away. >> josh, what has this meant to your rehab? >> it's just leaps and bounds out of anything that had been done so far or could have been done in the future because a lot of the treatment now is centered around medications and things like that. but there's nothing that can
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replace her. you know what i mean. >> a man and his best friend. >> ellen. >> she's giving an amen to that right now. >> you're so loved by your two women right here. that's for sure. we thank you so much for your service. great work there. >> thank you. >> is that true love. >> she never barks. the minute we get on tv. >> josh and sherry tucker, the family action in the '90s when i first got the job -- >> wouldn't stop barking. >> thanks a lot. thanks for your service. >> thank you. >> we forge ahead with 2 1/2 hours left to go. next on our rundown, head's up hillary. >> it's already recycling about -- what was that, a bat? >> no. it was a shoe. who threw it and why, that story is straight ahead. >> did you say hillary or heelary? >> a good point. >> a woman talking about crime
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on live tv becomes the victim of crime on live tv. she was robbed. >> oh, my. but first, happy birthday to alessandra ambrose yo. the model is 33 years old today.
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♪ bang bang bang ♪ bang bang bang ♪ bang bang bang ♪ all night long >> all right. very nice. >> yeah. >> good job. >> ladies and gentlemen, today is national barber shop quartet day and the whiptones from new jersey are here. they are mike, matt, and brothers bradley and derrick ritzell. >> richle. >> you guys are the other jersey boys. from new jersey. >> yep. >> congratulations. you beat hundreds of other quartets out to sing at the mets opening day there. that's fantastic. why did you want to do this and get together? quartet now, 2014? >> what was that like? >> oh, seeing opening day, that was amazing.
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amazing experience, yeah. it was great. >> awesome. >> little cold. >> it was chilly. >> the weather actually, we were pretty worried because when we came in the morning it was freezing rain. >> hailing. >> and we were inside two hours before the show. we come outside and it's just randomly sunny and we were so thankful. >> oh. >> speaking of random, it seems like kids your age these days are not interested in barber shop quartet. why the interest from you guys? >> well we've always been friends and musicians. we've always played together. we're trying to bring it back now, bring back the old style, introduce it to new people. it's a lot of fun and we're eng abu-jamal -- enjoying it. >> how did this weekend go? >> we're not allowed to say. >> i think you guys are starting to trend. i'm going to let my kids start singing. >> they'll come and kick you guys right out if he finds out you're talking ate it. >> wise. >> international barber shop quartet day. you'll stick around and do a
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little more singing. >> absolutely. >> drop out of school and travel the world? >> let's hope. >> that's good. >> typical kid from jersey. all right. >> the whiptones everybody. >> from the barber shop quartet over to a story about a flying shoe. heather? >> that's right. it was kind of an embarrassing day for hillary clinton, ducking for cover during a speech in las vegas. take a look at this. >> it's already recycling about -- what was that, a bat? >> she asks, what was that? it was actually a shoe. there was a woman in the audience who tossed it at hillary clinton. that woman is in federal custody. her name has not been released just yet. the scene reminding us of the 2008 incident, an iraqi journalist threw a shoe at president george bush in baghdad. throwing a shoes considered a
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major insult in many parts of the world. >> condoleezza rice's new job is creating controversy among liberal groups this morning. the on-line start-up drop box just adding condoleezza rice to its board of directors. her appointment prompted the executive director of a group called freedom of press to tweet this, quote, disturbing move from drop box who added condi rice public advocate of warrantless wire tapping to its board. business insiders say drop box's move to hire rice as it coincides with the company's move to go public and expand internationally. and new controversy for the tsa this morning. agents at l.a.x. banned a mute wheelchair bound woman from boarding her flight. according to her family, officers wouldn't let her clear through security until she said her name. >> he just wanted me to make my sister talk and i couldn't believe it. i was like we're going to work a miracle right now. i was standing there and tears coming out. i was like are you serious? i said we can't get her to talk.
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>> oh, goodness. her family says this all started because she only had a copy of her expired driver's license with her. she was forced then to take an eight-hour bus ride to phoenix instead of her flight. and a report investigating how bad crime is in brazil gets the answer to that during a live interview. take a look at this. [ speaking foreign language ] >> did you see that thief right there? that thief swiping the gold necklace right off the woman's neck before he ran into traffic. you see as the reporter runs right after him, that thief then drops the necklace and unfortunately got away. but they got him on tape so they may catch the guy after. but crime is not great there. yeah for sure. >> they'll find him. >> see you later. >> what is she wearing? >> let's find out because she's out on the streets of new york city. >> red and blue. >> happy friday, hello, everybody. today we're looking at very warm temperatures including right here in new york city just need a light sweater as we head out
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the door early this morning. we're in the upper 50s. warming up across parts of the south as well, like in texas, current temperatures out there just in the 60s in cities like houston and dallas and as we head into this afternoon, take a look at how warm it's going to be across parts of that state. in del rio in the 90s, phoenix arizona, upper 90s. head into this weekend that warmth will continue across parts of the midwest. you can see it today in cities like chicago and minneapolis, upper 60s. there will be a few light showers to deal with today across parts of the interior northeast. they're going to be very light so grab the umbrella as you head out the door. then eventually by this weekend a new storm system will develop across the plains. you can see that risk for severe storms already in place on saturday. more widespread come sunday. let's head back inside. >> april showers bring may flowers. >> i've never heard that. is that true. >> >> i'm going to patent that. >> you should. coming up straight ahead in this show, what if someone offered
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you $5,000 to walk into work today and tell your boss "i quit." that really happened. it really happened. we'll share it. >> 5,000 might not be enough over a couple years. >> depends on what the job was. >> speaking of quitting your job, kathleen sebelius officially stepping down today after the botched obama care rollout. is there anything her replacement can do to make the law work? we're going to talk about that next. >> sure are. first, more from the whiptones. ♪ ♪ come back my love don't run away ♪ ♪ come back my love i want you to stay ♪ ♪ i love you so and i want you to know i need your love so badly ♪ ♪ you said good-bye i wondered why ♪ ♪ because of those lies ♪ love you so and i want you to
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the mail are going to be out of luck and your parents may be to blame. the government is confiscating checks over old debts of family members that could be dead. they've collected nearly $2 billion this year. is that legal? would you ever quit your job if your company paid you? that's what they do at amazon. the company offers a pay to quit program once a year. they will give employees $5,000 to leave. the ceo says the goal is to encourage people to think about what they want in their career. think about that while elisabeth talks to a dra doctor. >> speaking of leaving, could the disastrous obama care rollout have been avoided if health and human services chief kathleen sebelius had a medical degree. announcing her resignation last night but her sooned replacement office management and budget director sylvia burwell doesn't have a medical degree either. is that going to be an issue moving forward? dr. mark segal from the fox news medical team thinks so and he's
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here to discuss. >> good morning. >> thanks for being with us. one of the complaints about kathleen sebelius of the many in terms of the disastrous obama care rollout was a lack of management skill, but also lack of having experience in the medical field. you say? >> well she was an insurance commissioner before she became governor kansas, but i think that health care is becoming very, very complicated right now from a medical point of view. clearly from a numbers crunching point of view and sylvia burwell coming in, if she gets appointmented, will have that advantage that she's running a budget. but what's going on from a health care point of view? patients come to the office and they say hey, we got a policy under the state exchange now and it says you're listed, dr. segal, under blue cross but not taking the state exchange blue cross or wait a minute, what's this $5,000 deductible i have? is my service actually going to be covered? can i get that cat scan? the actual practice of medicine is getting so complicated now that i can't imagine someone running hhs that doesn't have
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that kind of familiarity. remember the case last year that peter johnson jr. brought to light, 11-year-old needing a lung transplant, got an adult lung. kathleen sebelius blocked it. she didn't understand the technology was changing. right now, elisabeth, we have a problem because things like mammograms are covered, birth control is covered under obama care, but we can't get the cancer care we need. sometimes something works for one person, not for another. it's called personalized medicine. we're going in that direction. someone who doesn't understand the technology of medicine is not going to know how to deal with that. >> sure. protecting the patient's privacy rights. you made an interesting separation there. kathleen sebelius who did have a background in insurance industry, but is that -- you say, not a medical background in terms of the treatment and the patient's desire. sylvia burwell, she's been credited with having outstanding business skills, worked on both sides of the aisle with people in business, private sector and in government.
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do you think that can override her lack of expertise medically? >> i don't. because look, she may explain better than sebelius did this idea of whether 7 million are now covered under the state exchanges but 5 million are losing their policies elsewhere. maybe she can sugar coat that and the dog and pony show will look better than it's looked. that doesn't answer what's happening to the doctor/patient relationship. dr. john barasoo who is an ortho peedist wrote a brilliant article in "investment business daily" that said obama care interferes with the delicate balance between the doctor and the patient. that's the issue. someone without a medical background, maybe she'll surprise me. i think that with obama care in place, we need physicians involved with this. >> why are they not? >> because they're not politicians. she got where she is because she worked with clinton, you know, with ruben under the clinton administration. she worked with the gates foundation. with the gates foundation,
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granted, she was the head of global development, but i don't really think she dealt with basic medical issues. with the walmart foundation she wasn't dealing with the pharmacies in walmart, i guarantee you that. she's a brilliant woman. i think she could be successful from a financial angle. again, the health care system itself is a mess and that's about patients going to doctors and seeing whether they can get the care they need. she says by the way to atlantic that access is improving. i don't see any evidence of that. >> you raise an important question there. he even bet $100,000 on it believe it or not. we will get ready to pay up. white mom is here and she's angry. did you miss a second this week? you missed a lot. why brian and steve went brian t wedding dress shopping? i wonder what they picked.
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>> it's all part of the "celebrity apprentice" season. we have exclusive pictures. >> geraldo is a contestant on "celebrity apprentice." i'm glad to hear your girls aren't running off and getting married. >> they better not. >> she's a legend. >> oh, okay. >> i play back up. >> we need to get awe singing and dancing show because i push for it every day. >> brian won't let me chew gum. >> go ahead. she chews gum behind -- look at that. >> is brian here? >> not yet. he hates people who chew gum. >> i don't hate people. i hate chewing gum. >> if they're chewing gum, you
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good morning. it's friday, april 11, 2014. i'm elisabeth hasselbeck. kathleen sebelius out of a job. but the writing was already on the wall. >> all right. in the country illegally? well, there is a new push to hire you as a teacher. why schools are actively seeking out undocumented immigrants to teach your children. and speak of your children, more than 30 high school students called out by name. you got to leave the assembly in front of your friends because you're not going to graduate on time, believe it or not. >> keep looking, keep in mind -- >> okay. is that humiliating or is that
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inspiring and going to get you to graduate on time? we're going to talk about that and so much more on this friday morning because fridays are better with friends. ♪ "fox & friends" the fun never ends ♪ >> how great is that? >> the whiptones. >> wow. and steve, you tricked them into doing it without paying them. so how do you feel about yourself? >> they never thought about getting paid. >> fantastic. they go on "america's got talent." >> they couldn't tell us. we got a big story for you. a fox news alert. she was in charge of the disastrous obamacare rollout. now after months of denying that she was on the way out, health and human services secretary kathleen sebelius is on the way out. doug luzader is watching the developments in d.c doug, under obamacare, are you covered if you're thrown under the bus?
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>> i guess it depends whether it's a preexisting condition or not. either way, kathleen sebelius is out. this announcement came yesterday. not terribly shocking, although the timing of it is always difficult to predict. democrats are praising her for her efforts. republicans have long blamed her for the implementation of obamacare. either way, it's going to be pretty tough for her to disentangle herself from the obamacare web site which cost millions of dollars to this day. it's still not completely functional. as far as reaction is concerned from house majority leader eric cantor, he tweeted this, i thank secretary sebelius for her service. she had an impossible task. nobody can make obamacare work. and that really may be the theme that we hear from republicans now moving forward as we transition to a post-sebelius period. her successor is expected to be this woman, sylvia burwell, currently serves as the house budget director. the white house thinks they may have a relatively easy confirmation process.
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we'll see. it's important to remember the rules of the senate changed thanks to harry reid's nuclearing on. you no longer need 60 votes to confirm someone in this job. only 51. that does not mean that there won't be a fight over this. >> even in the post-nuclear option senate where an executive branch nominee can get through with only 51 votes, there will still be a lot of tough questions to ask. there will still be a lot of concerns, i suspect even from some of my democratic colleagues who are themselves facing some of the heat of this unpopular law. >> and the other thing to consider here is the upcoming midterm election. yes, democrats have 53 seats in the senate. they have enough to do this on their own. some of them may be reluctant to go along with the president, especially those that mitt romney carried. for them, this will be a tough reelection fight and a lot of it may come down to obamacare. steve, brian and elisabeth. >> all right. doug live in the dc bureau,
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thank you. >> there was a poll out yesterday, i believe the pew research people that said 80% of voters said obamacare will play a major role in who they vote for in november. >> that same poll last research said less than 40% were in favor of the health care law. so this is all making sense to the american people. didn't seem to be making sense to the administration for some time of the the president was defending kathleen sebelius right up until this time. >> yeah. and the white house kept her on during the disastrous rollout because if they would have canned her, it would have been an admission that things were not going well. we knew the writing was on the wall when the president of the united states came up to the podium with joe biden and talked about how they signed up 7 million. yesterday kathleen sebelius said they signed up 7 1/2 billion. so she's going out on a high note, she thinks. but he thanked everybody in attendance for the most part
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except her, which not good if you were in charge of something to have the boss not even mention you. >> that's wrong, by the way. if you're going to stand by her, at least let her stand by you. >> obviously he's not standing by her. bill o'reilly tried to get some answers during the super bowl. remember this? >> why didn't you fire sebelius, the secretary in charge of this, because she had to know after all those years and all that money it wasn't going to work. >> my main priority right now is making sure that it delivers for the american people and -- >> you are going to answer that? >> we're constantly figuring out how to improve it, how can folks get -- >> the intent is noble, but i'm a taxpayer and i'm paying kathleen sebelius' salary and she screwed up and you're not holding her accountable. >> i promise you we hold everybody up and down the line accountable. when we're midstream, bill, we want to make sure that our main focus is how do we make this thing work so that people are able to sign up. >> remember, she got that job
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when tom daschle couldn't. you would think on the surface a democratic governor of a major state like kansas one of your sterrett states, that you would think she would be perfect for the position. but almost from day one, it seemed like she had her back against the wall. >> and was she not next to the president when he was acknowledging her if a thanks for reaching their goal of 7.1 million? was she not there to avoid a photo op? needless to say, this will be an interesting day as we move forward and say post-sebelius obamacare status. >> it would be nice to think the resignation was, you know, accountability in government. but really what this is is about november. they won't want the democrats to lose control of the senate because then the house and the senate as well if controlled by the republicans, they could do something to obamacare.
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derail it or whatever, and the president doesn't want that to happen to his legacy. >> you don't think so? >> i don't think so. they don't call it bidencare. they call it obamacare. >> right. we'll see who calls it obamacare when they're running for office. now heather has breaking news. >> yes. tragic story out of california. this is a fox news alert. these young students, a fed-ex truck slams into a tour bus filled with high school students leaving nine people dead. dozens more have been hurt. the teen-agers who were on board this bus were on their way to tour colleges in california. listen to this. >> we hear like an explosion and we came outside and everything was already on fire, everything was in flames. there was a bunch of screams and there was a man that ran out and his back was like on fire. >> both drivers, along with seven passengers on board that bus died. the fed-ex truck crossed into oncoming traffic. investigators say they are
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trying to figure out why this happened. humble state university in northern california sent that bus to bring prospective students to the school for a tour. our prayers go out to those families this morning. such a tough day. it was a night of prayers in detroit. hundreds attending a vigil for that driver who was brutally beaten by a mob after he tried to help a boy that he accidental low hit with his car. this morning we have just learned that one of those suspects, a 16-year-old, has now been charged with a hate crime. the victim remains in a medically induced coma this morning. he was punched, kicked and also robbed as he tried to help that ten-year-old boy. then listen to this story coming out of nevada this morning. nevada's top elected leaders are riding to the rescue of a rancher who is at war with the federal government. the bureau of land management surrounded the ranch with armed officers and also helicopters and last week they began seizing
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his cattle. this is all about the cattle that were grazing on neighboring federal lands and this is a battle to protect a endangered desert tortoise. ranchers now have to pay a fee. bundy refused to do so. he said this on the record last night. >> you think we're in america, but maybe not. it seemed like the united states government is operating with unlimited power over we the people of the state of nevada. >> nevada's governor is weigh not guilty this morning and said, quote, no cow justifies the atmosphere of intimidation which currently exists, nor the limitation of constitutional rights that are sacred to all nevadans. we'll keep you posted. finally, letterman is out, colbert is in. >> late night debuted my first year in college. i learned more from watching dave than i did from going to my classes. and i got to tell you, i do not
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envy whoever they try to put in that chair! >> colbert will take over sometime next year. he signed a five-year deal. he's 49 and been the host of "colbert report" since 2005 where he really liked to pick on us. >> i got a little concern about colbert. he took a ham, decorated it to look like me and then took out a knife and stabbed it continually. maybe cbs ought to look at anger management courses before he replaces letterman. but it's one liberal replacing another one, only this one is apparently knows how to wield a knife. >> and those are your headlines. we're getting a lot of comments in from people on that new selection. >> right. also there is a lot of people with comments and in usa today are saying, what about chris rock or ellen degeneres? what about the fact that craig for example -- ferguson was the
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heir apparent. >> it's kind of weird that they're hiring somebody who plays a character on tv to play himself and not the character in a talk show. i think it's kind of a big jump for cbs. >> clearly is a lefty replace ago guy who is a lefty. >> to be expected. i'm not sure that surprised many. i'm caught up in the fact that he was wasting food while stabbing that ham. >> i know. that's true. also he's got the same -- about the same age as jimmy kimmel. >> out in denver, the public schools there have this new program where they're hiring illegal aliens to be teachers. they've got this program where if you were brought to this country as a child and you've got a clean criminal record, they will hire you. they're working with the teach america program. keep in mind, these are not
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licensed teachers. these are simply people with a high school education, a diploma or a ged who are now in the schools, even though they don't have legal status. >> right. one became a fifth grade teacher, undocumented immigrant from chile, came here when he was four, so he has a daca status, which as steve mentioned, still not recognized as legal citizens, now teaching without the credentials that many teachers have. so the denver public schools superintendent said this is a great idea. quote, these young men and women bring extraordinarily talent to our classrooms. >> the concerns are that they're not properly trained as teachers. if you've got a kid in the denver public school, you got to worry about who is teaching your kids. >> it's the dream act that the president put together and said go ahead, border patrol. do not arrest anybody that's been here since they were kids. but they're teaching a
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populati and 20% undocumented. so they have somebody that they can relate to now. >> let us know what you think because when it comes to education, this job specifically does require training when you're educating. so we'd love to know what you think. >> what about the millions of americans who would love to have a job as a teacher in a public school. >> who have gone through the training. >> they're waiting. it is now 13 minutes after the top of the hour. one democrat claims no white people would adopt black kids. he even bet 100,000 bucks on it. he better get ready to pay up because a white mother is here and she's really angry. >> and that's her family picture. then this virginia democrat is vowing to wage war against fox news. don't miss the lie we caught him in on live tv. ♪ ♪
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this statement by state representative alvin holmes sparked nationwide outrage. quote, i will bring you $100,000 cash tomorrow if you show me a whole bunch of whites that adopted blacks in alabama. i will go down there and mortgage my house and get it cash in $20 bills and bring it to you in a beefcase. his words inspired one mom to post this picture of her family on facebook. she has three biological white children, three adopted black children and an interracial son with down syndrome and she says there are plenty of other families just like hers. that mom, joy, joins us now. good morning, joy. >> good morning. thank you. >> so what was your initial reaction when you heard
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representative's comments there and what did you do? >> well, i was just kind of blown away 'cause i know that statement is not true and it just had to sit with me for a few weeks and then i decided to post our family's photo on his web site and let him know there are families like ours in montgomery and all over our state because i have many other families that i've connected with whose families look like mine. we said if he wanted to meet us, we'd love to meet him. i was blown away by how much support i got, how many shares that i never expected it to get so many likes. it was amazing. the families that i got to connect with. i knew of many families in alabama. but now i know of many more. his statement just isn't true. and i agree, we have a long way to go, but instead of of focusing on the negative, i want to focus on the positive and look at how far we've come and the beautiful families in our state and all over the world and just take this opportunity to bring awareness to adoption and
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foster care and not focus on him and his negative attitude. just bring awareness 'cause as a christian, we are all adopted children of christ. his family is made up of all races and we're called to be imitators of that. why wouldn't our families look like that on earth? so i'm just -- you don't have to look like one another to love each other. >> right. >> hopefully he'll come around. >> i think your appropriately named there because it's great to see what you're starting there. so bottom line, did he show up with any money? have you heard from him? check in the mail? >> i have not heard from him. we had a little press conference and he said a handful of people showed up. but there will never be enough families for him to admit that that's wrong, but to see how many families came out in
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support. right now we started a facebook page called face of the families in alabama so they could post pictures of their families and just see how many different make-ups there are. right now there are over 9,000 likes. so we actually started an adoption fund with a ministry called life song for orphans and it's specifically for children -- minority children in alabama to be adopted. >> that's fantastic. let me say, great work there. i'm glad you're continuing to bring the attention on this and really just shine a light there. big hugs to your family and we thank you for being with "fox & friends." >> thank you. >> brian? >> all right. great job. great story. coming up straight ahead, former secretary of state condoleeza rice has a new job. but that's not good news for liberals. they already want her fired? how can that be? and forget about the veteran back log for a moment. should our military heros have to travel four hours to see a doctor? congressman sean duffy and a
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that's how much the navy seals who killed osama bin laden want for a fitness facility. it's part of a $36 billion wish list from the military services and combat units. will they get it? we'll keep you posted. brian, over to you. i can't get disciplined on my military guys. his bravery and leadership on the front lines was featured in the film "black hawk down." >> these people have no jobs, no food, no education, no future. i just figure that we have two things we can do. we can either help or we can sit back and watch the country destroy itself on cnn. >> i don't know about you guys, but i was trained to fight. >> i think i was trained to make a difference. >> that was before fox news. from the battle lines to now, battling for the benefits back at home, sergeant matt, is
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teaming up with congressman sean duffy to help veterans get treatment for hearing loss. think about it, loud noises, fire fights, the hearing is susceptible. welcome. >> thanks. >> and first off, how did you get alerted to matt's situation? >> matt came into my office and was talking about hearing aid issues with our veterans. and i had been hearing stories from back at home of just the backlog of veterans who wanted to go in with hearing issues, meet audiologists, get hearing aids and get them tweaked and it wasn't working. the backlog was huge. he has hearing issues as well. >> it really started with you in "black hawk down" in somalia? >> it did. it's an unfortunate result in exposure to loud noises, which as you can imagine, battlefield is a really, really loud, loud place. my hearing loss started on the afternoon of october 3, 1993 and it hasn't gotten any better since. >> you have a ringing in your ear as well? >> i do. both ears.
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high frequency hearing loss. degenerative affliction that makes normal living and daily life and social things miserable. >> right. so congressman, you had him pick up the process. it means you got to get diagnosed and then go back and get it adjusted. with the way the v.a. goes, this could take way too long. >> the problem is they only use audiologists. we don't use them for the serious problems. but once you get the hearing aids, you have to go back to the audiologist and it creates this huge backlog. you can use hearing aid specialist, tweak them, and get them back out on the streets to hear. it's wrong you have american heros like matt who have hearing issues and they can't get it addressed in the v.a. it's absolutely wrong. >> your piece of legislation doesn't say go hire a private contractor. it says hire more audiologists and put them in the v.a. system. are you concerned that's going to get back logged? >> what we do is say audiologists, we can hire more. but let's take the workload off
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them and hire hearing aid specialists so they can do some of the tweaks and fittings on the hearing aids so we can free up this time line so you can hire them in the v.a. or contract with them. you're not mandated, but you're allowed to do this. >> this happens to more than just you? >> it does. you do the numbers of servicemen and women have deployed in the last 13 years, close to 2 million. you figure it's got to be half at least that have some kind of hearing loss. it's a sizable demographic that really needs to be addressed. >> all right. let your congressman know and support your legislation t. should be democrats and republicans getting behind you. >> it's wrong and we should have it backlog address addressed. >> matt, you were not done correctly. >> 15-year-olds hearts break when they meet me. thanks for your service and you,
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assembly. we're asking you, is this tough love or gone too far? bakersfield, california, 30 high school students called by name to leave because they weren't graduating. >> that's right. just imagine you're in a high school assembly where i think there are 350 kids and then the truant officer calls them down onto the floor one by one, by name. it was meant to be motivational. the school apologized, maybe we shouldn't have done it that way. the guy's heart is in the right place. he's trying to motivate them because he says at this point, you will not be able to graduate. but you still have time to turn it around. here is the truant officer from the -- student officer from the assembly. >> i want to you look at this group behind you and as you walk away, keep looking. keep in mind what you sacrificed here. >> i think this is a powerful
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message because there is a chance they could still graduate because we also know this, there is a lot of things out of your control why you may not graduate. sickness, a family issue, relocated. i know a lot of those people, hey, i got to go to summer school and make it up. >> after that particular assembly, brian, six kids finished whatever their assignment was that day. they will graduate. so it worked for them. they were motivated. >> but some of the others, sister of one of the guys who was called said the administrators don't know what personal issues they're going through. so humiliating them is unfair. end quote. >> i just got an e-mail from somebody from kansas, rw miller. he said this: i went to hutchinson high school in kansas and was never allowed to graduate after four of us painted the new high school. it was so humiliateing. bologna. i deserved what i got. p.s., i went on to get my
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undergraduate degree and bachelor degree. he said it was exactly the right medicine for him. obviously he was motivated. he's doing great. >> is it too tough or tough love? let us know what you think. >> this also reminds me, i'm not going to tell bill o'reilly how to do his show. this is a good thing for him to do. >> he's watching right now. >> having breakfast. >> in his robe. >> with his servants handing him breakfast. >> you had to bring up him in a robe. >> again. hey, heather nauert. >> i didn't know there were still truant officers. i do have some news to bring you. some people might think this guy is a truancy officer. democrat mike dickinson, running forking on, vowed to wage war against fox news, but perhaps he should spend more time fact checking himself. check this out from greta. >> that's really bad to portray yourself not as who you are.
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>> exactly. >> speak of that, a letter you wrote january 29, 2013, you claim you were the ceo of mid-atlantic show club which is a group of strip clubs. right? >> that's correct. >> that wasn't true, was it? >> i was consulted for them. >> okay. it says ceo of mid-atlantic. were you the ceo? >> i guess i have consulting operations director. >> that wasn't quite true, was it? a little bit of a lie, right? >> yes. >> oops. dickinson's district say he's not a real threat in the election anyway. hillary clinton ducking for cover during a speech in las vegas. look at what happened here. >> it's already recycling about about -- what was that? a bat? >> that thing flying through the air, she asked if it was a bat, but it was a shoe. there was a lady who tossed it and she's now in federal custody. her identity has not been revealed yet.
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that scene reminds us of this one. remember in 2008 when an iraqi journalist threw a shoe at president george bush during a press conference in baghdad? throwing a shoe is considered a major insult in many parts of the world. condoleeza rice's new job creating some controversy among some liberal groups. the on-line storage start-up called drop box just add her to its board of directors. her appointment prompted the executive director of a group called freedom of the wes to tweet disturbing move from drop box who added condy rice to its board. insiders are saying the drop box's move to hire rice coincides with the company's move to go public and expand internationally. and those are your headlines. >> a little intolerant. >> quite. >> talk about intolerant, maria doesn't take any guff from anybody. >> she's not taking bad weather today. >> no bad weather. >> that's why she's outside all by herself.
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>> quieter out here. let's take a look at those current temperatures across the country because we are starting off on a very loud note outside. temperatures across the northeast are in the 50s this morning. you can see new york city just 57 degrees. all you need is that light sweater early today. across parts of the midwest, this afternoon, look at the temperatures we're expect not guilty chicago, minneapolis, you'll be seeing those highs making it into the upper 60s. spring is officially here. it does feel like it. and it actually feels a little bit more like summer across parts of texas with some areas expecting highs into the 90s. upper 90s in the city of phoenix. typically you shouldn't be seeing temperatures making it into the triple digits 'til may. so we could be approaching that mark very soon. otherwise showers across the northeast and something to watch, brian, is severe weather across the plains. something coming up this weekend. we'll keep an eye on it. let's head over to you. >> all right. thanks a lot. i appreciate that personal -- i hope you didn't feel left out. >> not at all. i hope you don't feel left out because you've been replaced.
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>> what are you talking about? >> it's a tradition where an intern's last day they get to do -- >> this is johnny's last day. >> it's not his last day, is it? >> it is. he's going back to school and now he's going to do the sports. action. go ahead. >> here is your sports and your chance to coach a college football team, arkansas state is auctioning off the right to coach its 2014 spring game. wow. the bidding started at 2500 bucks and all the way up to nearly $12,000. the winner of the ebay auction will be deemed the red wolves head coach -- for the game next friday. they'll get to call the plays, make pregame and half time speeches and get their own personal gater aide shower. wow. and for the tampa bay lightning hockey player, he racked up 23 goals, but this season, the last one scored for the opposing team. that's not very good.
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he gave the flyers a goal last night when he tried block a shot on his goalie. but instead ending up deflecting it into the net. the lightning ended up winning by a score of 4-2. >> good job. johnny, back to seton hall, right? >> yes. >> what do you want to do? >> i want to be a sports reporter. >> that's great. you're on your way. did you a great job. fantastic. >> thank you. >> it's very hard being an intern in the spring or fall. summer is a lot of interns. but you were a one man machine. >> one man show. >> thank you. i had a great time. so thank you. >> really? 'cause that's with it said in the prompter. >> and he reads it well. >> good job. >> congrats. 19 minutes before the top of the hour. kathleen sebelius officially stepping down today after the disastrous obamacare rollout. what will her legacy be?
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peter johnson, jr. has an idea. and it's time to get in the game. draft day is hitting theaters hard this weekend. kevin mccarthy tells us did kevin costner hit a homerun? this is a first round draft pick. >> i still don't know. >> look, i don't know what else to tell you. winning is the only thing that matters to me sfx: car unlock beep. vo: david's heart attack didn't come with a warning. today his doctor has him on a bayer aspirin regimen to help reduce the risk of another one. if you've had a heart attack be sure to talk to your doctor before you begin an aspirin regimen. (agent) i understand. (dad) we've never sold a house before. (agent) i'll walk you guys through every step. (dad) so if we sell, do you think we can swing it? (agent) i have the numbers right here and based on the comps that i've found, the timing is perfect.
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exception when we're asking for is for her to be treated on the severity of her illness and to get her the lung her doctor deemed appropriate. >> the government and the government officials standing in her way, kathleen sebelius, who is resigning as secretary of health and human services. so what other legacies does sebelius leave behind? peter johnson, jr. joins us with a look. >> good morning. there is a legacy and also a preview. we saw it in the case of sarah murnaghan and her mother who wrote to me last night and unfortunately said that kathleen sebelius left her child to die. and the legacy in the preview is a disconnectedness, a disconnection, a lack of understanding of health and human services, a lack of understanding of what drugs people need. we look at the case of josh hardy. a lack of understanding of the up-to-date medicine. you look at the case of sarah murnaghan. the pack that other countries
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have drugs for pulmonary fibrosis, the disease that my father died of, but not in this country. what are we doing about alzheimer's? is there a life ethos? are we trying to cure? is there a political imperative or moral imperative to extend people's lives? would we rather hire more people to populate the irs to go after people to sign up under penalty of law or do we want to hire advocates to say, why isn't this insurance company doing what they're doing? why isn't this government doing what they're doing? so that's the legacy of kathleen sebelius' lack of empathy, lack of understanding, lack of connection to american people and their lives. >> sure. plus, part of her legacy has got to be that there are millions and millions of americans now who are paying more for health insurance than they were before because they've got to have health insurance for things that don't apply to them. they might be in their 60s and got to play for pediatrics. >> that's the point going forward. i think you're absolutely right.
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it's about cost. it's about coverage. it's about the scope of treatment that people will be afforded. it's about job reduction. it's about what it will do to the deficit in this country, to growth in this country. have we paralyzed our self by setting up this huge infrastructure that cares more about, well, we're going to sign millions up, but how are we going to deliver it and how are you going to deliver it in a way that's cheap and effective and extends lives? health and human services should be about americans' health and providing service to americans. we haven't seen either in the last five years. we've seen political promises. we've seen the government go into the examination room. the challenge going forward is extending life and making people feel that life is important. not death. >> well put. have a good weekend. >> have a good weekend everybody. speaking of this weekend, what about going to the movies? the movie "draft day" takes us
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the football movie "draft day" is spiking into theaters this weekend. >> this city deserve has championship and i'm the guy that can deliver it. >> then we're on the same page. >> oh, yeah? then keep me in the loop. >> there is no loop. all right? there is me doing my job. you doing yours. your job is to coach the team i give you. they do it different in dallas? >> yeah, they do.
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they win. a lot. >> will it score big with the audience? kevin mccarthy, founder of nerdtears.com joining us now with his review. hey. >> good morning. thank you for having me on of the this is directed by ivan writeman, made with the full cooperation of the nfl. so you're dealing with real nfl teams, cleveland brown, buffalo bills, and the problem with this movie, you're dealing with kevin costner, trying to rebuild his team. they shot some of the wednesdays at the 2013 nfl draft. on a negative note, the movie is a little bit cliche and very predictable. the first half is overall just didn't feel like it worked and blended well together. but you're dealing with the nfl. so it feels a little disconnected because you're dealing with fictional players. the second half really does
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work. the second half is where the movie really blossoms. kevin costner deliver has fantastic performance in the second half and the movie becomes a movie that you become engaged in. overall, i gave it a three out of five. it's a decent matinee. mediocre. but i expected more. it feels more like an advertisement for the nfl versus a movie that you really want to see. >> it sounds like your message is skip the first 45 minutes. walk in about halfway through. you did talk to kevin costner would a lot of people who watch this show do love. >> right. i want to ask you guys this. i asked mr. costner if there was some type of hypothetical movie draft and they were to draft all of your movies, which do you think would be the number one. and i was very surprised about his answers. i want to ask you out of all the movies he has done, which one do you think he considers to be the number one draft pick? >> i would say "body guard." >> okay. elisabeth? >> "field of dreams," because i
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like it better. >> listen to his answer. this is kevin costner's answer. check it out. >> i think charlie from "open range requesting" and billy chapel from "love of the game." people will walk up to me, i'm not sure what movie they might say. it surprises me constantly whether it's "jfk" or" body guard." sometimes people will say "fandango." i really tried o have the fun factor in my life. >> people say "water world"? >> yeah. he said "open range" and" for the love of the game." i would have thought he would have said "field of dreams" or" untouchables". the nfl actually took out a scene from the film because they weren't happy with it. there was a sequence in the film apparently where kevin costner's
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character was hung an effigy. they wanted to take that out because they didn't think it flowed well with the movie. to me, that's where it steps in and the art form of the movie is taken out completely. it becomes an advertisement for the nfl versus the vision that the film maker had. >> you're saying the nfl took it out? >> yeah. the nfl apparently -- according to kevin costner in an interview, he said the nfl actually wanted a scene removed from the movie. i don't know if they actually ever shot the scene, but it was in the script and they had to remove it because they thought it was too much. they didn't think fans should react that way in the movie. they were upset -- >> they're only upset when fans turn over cars. >> exactly. >> i gave it three out of five. i realized this is a situation where art should have won and the nfl kind of took a scene out. it made it too advertisey to me. >> all right. >> kevin mccarthy, thank you very much. >> straight ahead.
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>> attorney general eric holder suggesting lawmakers are targeting him because of race. is that really true? former oklahoma house speaker and candidate for the u.s. senate t.w. shannon says he'd be even harder on holder. he joins us live coming up.
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call... and ask about all the ways you could save. liberty mutual insurance -- responsibility. what's your policy? good morning. it's friday, april 11, 2014. i'm elisabeth hasselbeck. the woman at the helm of botched obamacare and its rollout has always said this. >> no one has been fired. majority of people calling for me to resign i would say are people who i don't work for. >> well, kathleen sebelius now doesn't want to work for anybody. she's out. what now and what happens next. >> and she wanted to write a story on benghazi. but her bosses said -- >> it's more as though there is no time in the broadcast. they really, really like the story, but she started to hear from other routes that why don't you just leave it alone?
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>> former cbs investigative reporter on what goes on behind the scenes at cbs and the mainstream media. in the country illegally? well, there is a new push to hire you as a teacher. why schools are actively seeking out undocumented immigrants to teach your kids. according to our reports, mornings are better with friends. >> this is paul stanley and you're watching "fox & friends". >> one of our guests this week. we've had a busy week. we hope you've been with us. >> by the way, he went into the hall of fame, along with the rest of kiss. kiss did not play at the hall of fame induction, which had a lot of people sad. >> it did. it was yesterday. >> a couple of the guys didn't want to dress up, even though that's the way they had the make-up. >> right. i'm not the one who started with the make-up. you got to finish it out.
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>> you know we're wearing make-up right now? >> i didn't say that. i'm not wearing white face with flame marks on my cheeks. >> that's a good point. >> would it be allowed? >> congratulations to kiss. meanwhile, we've got a fox news alert. couple hours from right now, the president will formally announce that health and human services secretary kathleen sebelius no longer works for the federal government thanks to, among other things, the disastrous obamacare rollout. doug luzader looking at the developments. how did this go down? >> reporter: at some point she indicated she wanted to resign. there will be a number of stories today, i'm sure, about the exact time frame in which this all happened. she will probably say today that she feels like she's leaving on an up note because they reached that 7 million enrollment figure on the web site. on the other hand, there is the web site. she may be forever connected to the botched healthcare.gov rollout. this cost hundreds of millions of dollars. in many ways it's still not
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functioning correctly. there has been a steady drum beat to hold someone responsible. >> lots of push by the critics for president obama to hold somebody accountable for what happened in those first two months. today you have now 7.5 million. it's been a success. this is a wonderful opportunity for her to step aside without it seeming as if she's being blamed. >> and the other good news for sebelius is that she's getting out before the next big thing hits, which could be big rate hikes heading into next year. that will be a headache for her successor. we believe that's going to be this woman, "silver linings playbook," who currently -- sylvia burwell. the administration thinks they'll have an easy time getting her confirmed. we'll see. republicans are saying that this is about more than just the person in charge of hhs. >> this ultimately isn't about the person. it's about the policy and secretary sebelius was in charge of implementing a very unpopular
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policy. her departure signals the end of a very tumultous air are for the obama administration. >> and one other quick note about burwell's confirmation hears once we get there, the senate has changed, remember, because of harry reid's nuclear option. it used to be you needed 60 votes to confirm someone in a job like that. now you need 51. democrats control 53. so they can do this on their own without republican buy in. doesn't mean there won't be some heat during the confirmation hearings and one thing to look for, how many vulnerable democrats decide to buck the administration on this one. back to you. >> we'll be watching. thank you. >> doug, you had a lot of elements in there. i'm so jealous. flat screen, sound bites. >> it's a complicated story. >> worth every dime. >> thank you, doug. >> that means we're getting billed. 11:00 o'clock this morning, she will officially say good-bye. she has had a very busy six months. a lot of dramatic announcements
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deserve some dramatic music. watch this. >> majority of people calling for me to resign, i would say, are people who i don't work for. in an ideal world there would have been more testing. >> a convicted felon could be a navigator and could acquire sensitive personal information from an individual unbeknownst to them? >> that is possible. >> i think success looks like at least 7 million people having signed up by the end of march, 2014. first of all, 7 million was not the administration. that was a cbo congressional budget office when the bill was first signed. i'm not sure where they got their numbers. >> how many signed up thus far? >> fully enrolled? i can't tell you because i don't know. there is absolutely no evidence and every economist will tell you this, that there is any job loss related to the affordable care act. >> at last check, 64 horse of oklahomans aren't buying into the health care plan. they don't like obamacare and
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they've been pretty vocal about it. now, that's going to be -- still continue to be a tough sell. we'll see how it plays out over the coming months. >> secretary sebelius, thank you so much for being with us this morning. i think we've probably lost sound here or something. >> i can hear you. thanks for having me. >> good night, everybody. >> never gets old. >> and keep in mind, kathleen sebelius was not meeting with the president. i don't think they necessarily had any of those long, drawn out meetings. i wonder if the web site is ready. i wonder if the program is ready to go. it seems like the president was caught by surprise. but you have to blame him to some degree. >> as bill o'reilly asked him on the super bowl sunday interview, why not fire her then? >> right. it was the overseer who came in that really straightened things out.
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that's the way the story goes. >> so they're going to make the cut later today and try to start anew, if that's possible. 6 minutes after the top of the hour. heather future has a breaking story. >> we're following breaking news out of staten island. a massive fire is raging now in a residence. brand-new video coming in from our local fox affiliate. you can see that this fire has gutted this two to three-story home in staten island. you can see that in the middle of your screen. it's starting to affect those surrounding houses nearby. we are getting word that no injuries reported at this point. but we are hearing that this fire broke out just 20 minutes ago and it's already spread this quickly. firefighters, you can't quite see them there, but they are on the roof there trying to get a handle on that fire. no reports of injuries at this time. we'll keep you posted on the developments that happen. just about 20 minutes ago this happened. also some really tragic news coming in overnight. these young children and some
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other people were on track to really go on with the rest of their lives and then the unthinkable happened. there was a fed-ex truck that slammed into a tour bus that was filled with high school students and just now we have learned that ten people have died. five students, three chaperones and two drivers were killed. dozens more have also been hurt and are hospitalized this morning. the teen-agers on board this tour bus were on their way to tour colleges in california. listen to what these bistanders said. >> heard an explosion and came outside and everything was on fire. >> there was a bunch of screams and there was a man that ran out and his back was like on fire. >> here is what happened so far, they believe the fed-ex truck crossed to oncoming traffic. investigators trying to figure out why. humble university had sent the bus to southern california to pick up prospective students to bring them on a college tour.
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ten now dead. five people behind bars. this is a bizarre story coming out of the south. the f.b.i. storming into an atlanta apartment complex to rescue this man, frank januaryson, he was kidnapped nearly a week ago. agents say that the kidnapping was retaliation. januaryson's daughter is a prosecutor and put a man behind bars, this man. agents were able to track him down by listening in on milton's phone calls from jail to the suspects who then kidnapped him. but he's okay. and then letterman is out and colbert is in. >> late night debuted my first year in college. i learned more from watching dave than i did from going to my classes. and i got to tell you, i do not envy whoever they try to put in that chair! >> all right. so here is what we're hearing
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that he will take over the late show sometime next year. he's apparently signed a five-year deal. the 49-year-old has been host of comedy central, the colbert report since 2005. that's why he picked on us a lot. >> i've got a little bit of concern about colbert. he took a ham, decorated it to look like me and then took out a knife and stabbed it continually. minimum, maybe cbs ought to look into anger management courses before he replaces letterman. but it's one liberal replacing another one, only this one apparently knows how to wield a knife. >> i guess some people found that bit funny. all right. lot of comments coming in on that selection. >> i don't know how funny is. >> yeah. the late show most likely stay in new york. so that will mean there will be the "tonight show" and "the late show" in new york. jimmy kimmel out in los angeles will be alone. >> so that's the decision that cbs has made, to go welcome bert. they also decided pretty much to not go with sheryl atkinson, the
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investigator from cbs news. >> as you mentioned, she was assigned to look into benghazi and then shortly after was called a trouble maker for looking into it, for just pursuing the truth. she sat with bill o'reilly and explained behind the scenes why the change occurred. >> it's more as though there is no time in the broadcast. they really, really liked the story, but you start to hear from other routes that why don't you just leave it alone and you're kind of a trouble maker because you're still pursuing it. it kind of goes from hot to cold in one day sometimes where they're asking you to pursue something heavily and then it's almost as if a light switch goes off and they look at you all of a sudden as if, why are you bringing us this story? >> problem is, she wouldn't let go of the story. >> they're good stories! >> the problem is, for them, not for her. she knew what the right thing to do was. now we see, i can't wait for her book to come out. >> sure. and so she was able to get a
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couple of stories on, but then there was probably pushback, somebody from the white house called cbs and said what, are you doing? there is no story there. >> the truth wasn't looking so good, perhaps. >> so that's how they do it at the big channels. >> i'm sure we'll be hearing more from her. eric holder suggesting he's getting picked on in congress because he is black. and now he's getting some surprising support. that's next. and a reporter finds out firsthand how bad the crime is in his community. a woman gets robbed -- watch this -- right on the air. see that man just take off with her necklace. >> go get him, reporter. ♪
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so i don't need lectures from you about contempt. >> and i don't need lectures from you either. >> we watched a hot exchange this week when congressman louis gohmert demanded documents from eric holder. gohmert thinks the documents could prove the administration is playing favorites, but holder insists he's being attacked because he's black. >> you look at the way the attorney general of the united states was treated yesterday by a house committee. had nothing to do with me. forget that. what attorney general has ever had to deal with that kind of treatment? what president has ever had to deal with that kind of treatment? >> is he right? joining us right now with his reaction is former oklahoma house speaker and candidate for the u.s. senate, t.w. shannon. good morning to you. >> good morning, steve. it's good to be here. >> it's good to have you as well. was eric holder just playing the
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race card there? >> absolutely he was. it's so disappointing. we see time and time again this administration, every time they're backed in the corner and asked to give answers and an account for their actions, they call it racism. this was just another example of that. this wasn't racism. this was legislators trying to get answers from an administration that has continued to trample personal liberties and ignore the constitution. >> it's not racism. it's frustration, i feel, because how many times over the last five years have we talked about how this administration has been stonewalling? you want some information about what's going on with the irs targeting of the tea party groups. you want to know about benghazi or you want to know about fast and furious, or you want to know about the targeting of journalists, you get nothing but frustration. >> absolutely. what this is really about, steve, this is another bullying tactic by this administration to silence americans into fear.
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this is nothing more than intolerance from the left. they want to silence americans from even answering questions. i would just say to the americans that are listening, don't be bullied by it. don't fall for the tactic. we need to get answers. we need answers on benghazi. we need answers on all of the nsa spying programs. we need to get answers and we don't need to fall for these distractions that they're throwing out by labeling racism. i saw the same thing happen in oklahoma when i led the movement to get rid of affirmative action in oklahoma. we saw the left use all kinds of tactics to distract all because i said i don't want my kids to have to be told and grow up in a place where they're told they have to live by separate standards, a lower standard. they can compete like everybody else. and this administration needs to be held accountable as well. >> and it looks as if we've got to rely on congress to try to get some answers because as we just heard in that reportçççt sheryl atkinson, formerly ofyçç news,!óv%rdçw3çç there, it's e she's a trouble maker.
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different obama administration scandals. we really don't have time in the newscast for those. so unless congress and fox news and you do some digging, we're not going to get any answers. >> it's about the american people. the american people want answers. they deserve answers. our united states constitution is what we should be relying on. it calls for equal authority among three branches of government. what we've seen is this administration completely ignore that. we are citizens of this republic. we are not subjects. there is a difference. and i'm disappointed that he's played the race card. but again, we just need to keep pressing and demanding answers. that's why we need people to go to washington, d.c. who are going to get those answers and we talk about it a lot on my web site, twshannon.com w he got to protect the personal liberties guaranteed in our constitution. >> t.w. shannon, running for the senate in oklahoma, thank you very much. have a great weekend. >> thank you.
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all right. this is a fox news alert. just about 2 1/2 hours from right now, kathleen sebelius officially will resign from her job implementing the disastrous rollout of the obamacare web site and affordable care act. chris wallace joins us from our nation's capitol. >> i'm bragging to everybody, i hung out with chris wallace. in fact, i have a t-shirt. >> it was the christmas party and it was in april. i guess this idea of christmas, brian's idea of christmas is when the cherry blossoms bloom. >> i had no idea there were four seasons. >> he has a procrastination issue. >> we'll talk about that in a second. i want to get to this, chris. kathleen sebelius out at 11. is this the right time for her to leave? i guess semantically they wanted
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a new face behind obamacare. >> yeah. i think it is a pretty smart time. i've been thinking about it this morning and in a sense -- hear me out -- it's a little like gwyneth paltrow and chris martin. i think there was a conscious uncoupling by the white house and kathleen sebelius. the point is that after the disastrous rollout, i think she lost trust of the president and the white house staff and she knew she was frozen out so the question is when does she leave? if she leaves at the depths of it, then that is really a sign, this is a woman trying to put this together for four years. it's a mess. they fire her in the middle and only adds to the perception that these are the keystone cops. now relatively speaking, it's a fairly good time for obamacare. they hit the 7 million number. better to fire her at a time of relative strength than at a time of relative weakness. >> we have sylvia burwell the
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expected heir of the position here, choice of president obama. what's the word on the street? >> well, i think she'll almost certainly get through. i don't think they're going to decide in the last year that she suddenly has become completely incompetent. i think you'll see republicans use the hearing -- we're going to be talking to two members of the committee that will be having to hold those hearings and voting whether or not to confirm sylvia burwell. i think they'll use the hearings to first of all as leverage to try to get a lot of documents and a lot of information and to really go through everything that went wrong in the past and everything that could -- the continuing problems with obamacare now and in the future. >> sure. all right. chris, last sunday while you were doing your show, on another channel senator angus king, an independent from maine, he said
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essentially that dick cheney should be water boarded and this is curious because now senator king says -- even though he's been caucusing with the democrats in the past, he might start caucusing with the republicans. here is that sound bite i alluded to. >> frankly, i was stunned to hear that quote from vice president cheney just now. if he doesn't think that was torture, i would invite him anywhere in the united states to sit in a water board and go through what those people went through. one of them 100 plus-outside times. that's ridiculous to make that claim. this was torture by anybody's definition. >> okay. >> not by the justice department. >> will the republican caucus accept him with open arms after that? >> let's put it this way, he's an independent and he really is an independent and prides himself on the fact he's not a republican or democrat. but as you say, he votes with the democrats. if he were the vote that put the republicans for the minority into the majority in 2017, or
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rather 2015, you bet they would welcome him with open arms because suddenly all those ranking members become the chairman of their committee. yes, they would be happy to have angus king and let dick cheney worry about himself. >> what's the significance about the other major story yesterday and that's lois lerner being charged with contempt of congress? >> well, i think it's a combination of things because you had that by the house oversight committee yesterday and the day before you had the house ways and means committee do a criminal referral where they took all the information they've gotten in their investigation and referred it to the justice department. now, in a practical sense, is the justice department going to put her in jail? no. it isn't. first of all, you've seen the justice department has already been investigating this supposedly, criminal investigation for over a year, although the president told bill o'reilly in a super bowl interview there is not a smidgen of corruption in the whole irs thing. but it keeps the heat on and we're going to be talking about that on sunday with two members of ways and means committee. is there anything there or not?
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is the president right, that it's case closed or does there continue to be? and does it -- i think is the key -- does it end with a mid level bureaucrat, lois lerner, or does it go -- there you see, sandra levin and the head of the house oversight subcommittee on ways and means. does it end with lois lerner or go up into the treasury department of the white house? that has been the allegation by some republicans and they sure haven't been able to prove it so far. >> those e-mails showed lois lerner with an agenda that have been revealed. do you mind if we watch your show on sunday? >> no. listen, we do it for a very select group and i'd like more people to watch. >> absolutely. chris wallace joining us from washington, d.c. >> and may i say that we had a delicious lunch and i was shocked, brian actually picked up the check of his own lunch. >> i had to fight you for it.
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>> you're not going to put that on the company -- that's not going to be a company expense is it? >> now it's not. >> i want to you pay that yourself. >> i will. i got a night job. i'll pay it off little by little. i bought it lay away. >> thanks. he makes you laugh, right? hey, heather. >> he always makes you laugh. good morning to you. i got some news. 38 minutes after the hour. you know this guy, he's a virginia democrat, mike dickinson. he's running for congress. this guy has vowed to wage war against fox news. but he was on the record last night with greta and he was talking about a segment that greta had just done about the legal rights of the nevada rancher, bundy, we've been telling you about. listen to this. >> my problem with you that you have guests like the previous story and it encourages people to fight the government like obama and the federal government as big bad authority, that they're coming to take your
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land, they're coming to take your house and cattle. >> i don't get you. you must have a potato in your ear. i said the court order. >> there is some people out there that watch your show and watch fox news -- >> they have potatoes in their ears, they didn't hear that part? >> yes. >> so the problem is not so much what i do, but that the viewers have potatoes in their ears? >> yes. >> so he doesn't like us or you either. all right. a reporter investigating how bad crime is in a country of brazil gets the answer during a live interview. take a look at what happened here. >> kind of looks like a bad soap opera but it really happened. he swiped the gold necklace right off her neck. you see the reporter run after the guy. the thief gets away, but he does drop the necklace. >> expecting a tax refund this year? you may be out of luck because the government is now
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confiscating refund checks over decades old debts of some family members. some of the debtors have been dead for years and years, but the government still going after the ancestors. the feds have collected nearly $2 million so far this year. and it all started three years ago under the farm bill and that lifted a ten-year statute of limitations on old debt to the irs. so you may get stuck with a bill for something grandma didn't pay. public schools in denver are hiring illegal immigrants to teach our children. it is all part of a program with the organization, teach for america. keep in mind, the individuals teaching they're not licensed teachers, but they do have a college education. they're illegal immigrants who graduated from college and that's causing a bit of controversy in denver this morning. there are lots of american teachers who are look for jobs and say why give it to an illegal? >> right. you made a good point. i think i misspoke earlier. do you have to have a college degree to move through that
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program. we asked you about your e-mail. we wanted to hear from you. randy from south carolina says as a retired navy veteran with a bachelor's degree, i wonder if denver would hire veterans. >> good point there. sam from pennsylvania says since teachers are paid with tax money, colorado put their taxpayers of supporting illegal immigration. >> jose says, i believe it's a disgrace to allow something like this to occur when we have highly educated teachers with many years of experience who cannot find a job. >> great points. thank you very much for heating up the e-mail machine. meanwhile, final time on this friday, let's head out to the streets of new york city. maria, tell us about our weekend and our get away friday. >> it looks good for most areas temperature wise. we are seeing them warming up and feeling like spring across the lower 48. right now you're in the upper 50s in new york city. as we head into the afternoon hours, you are going to make it into the upper 60s. that's going to be the case as well for places like chicago, from minneapolis, even warmer across texas and parts of the
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southwest with temperatures widespread in the 80s and even into the 90s. like i mentioned, we do have warm temperatures, showers are forecast across the northeast. you need the umbrella, at least for today and eventually that system moves out and you expect drier weather as we head into the weekend. center of the country, you could see severe storms, unfortunately. that starts tomorrow and more widespread as we head into sunday. let's head back inside. >> thank you very much. >> sure. coming up, more than 30 students called out by name to leave an assembly in front of their friends because they weren't going to graduate. now students and parents are outraged. they called the move humiliating. others say it's inspirational. what did you think? we asked you. >> indeed. and coming up, what if somebody offered you $5,000 to walk into work today and say, boss, i quit? that is really happening. we'll tell you where and so you can sign up. ♪ ♪
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quick headlines for you before we leave. tech workers in france winning the right to unplug. bosses are no longer allowed to contact them by e-mail or phone once they've clocked out. it's supposed to protect workers from burning out. remember, they only work 35 hours a week over there anyway. good. and would you ever quit your job if your company paid you? that's what they do at amazon. the company offers a pay to quit program once a year. employees can get up to $5,000 to leave. the ceo says the goal is to encourage people to think about what they really want in their career. apparently it's not -- >> they really want something other than amazon and bubble
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wrap. >> i would love to see the numbers, how many leave. >> right. people are pooling money to get me to quit in the control room right now. >> how did you know steve and i were taking up a collection? >> i heard. >> yep. let's take you out to bakersfield, california. they had an assembly where there are 300 kids there and they called 35 down to the floor when the truancy officer said this. >> this is what i'm going to do. stand up and i want you to look at this group behind you and as you walk away, keep looking. keep in mind what you sacrificed. >> ouch. so what they were doing was he was saying look, you 34 people aren't going to graduate on time unless you snap out of it. the kids say they are humiliated. some of the parents are angry and the school apologized. >> the intention was to inspire for the school to say look, you
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still have time. this is an important time in your life. but again, inspirational or humiliating? we heard beau sides. >> let's go to the people. dan is in kentucky. he says holding up those kids to public ridicule is republic hencible. terrible thing forked administrators to do. >> and there is still more. >> one in texas says as a teacher, there is only so much we can do to get kids in the school. our society is apathetic to the needs of children being in school. wake up. you will get fired for not showing up. not given a warning. >> or not get a job to get fired. >> that's right. steve says, does your employer announce who isn't getting a raise? mine doesn't. >> that's totally different. that does not apply. this is qualified. this is a qualifying round. you don't have to go to college. but i think everyone has to graduate from high school or they will regret it. >> sure. humiliation or inspirational? you can continue to tweet us and facebook us. we watch throughout the weekend.
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>> unless there is some other facet to this that hasn't been explained, i think it's a great move. >> so where is the motivation from the beginning? maybe there was a way to motivate students earlier. >> the whole idea was to get the kids across the finish line. >> grab them by the hair and you got to drag them. >> love your thoughts. keep them coming. >> she doesn't mean me. she means you. straight ahead, most bets work to keep your dog or cat healthy. this is a totally different situation and a different animals. the star vet joins us with bear cubs. bears are in our studio. >> maria just sent out an instagram with that there. martha mccallum takes over the channel in ten minutes. what's happening? >> i love following bear cubs. good morning. kathleen sebelius as you heard by now, is out. but the politics of that move and what it might mean for the mid terms, interesting take on that coming up. and a horrific bus crash as seniors take a class trip and
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>> you're welcome. i've got yukon friends. they're grizzly bears, nine weeks old. >> they're adorable. >> they are awesome. >> they look just like teddy bears. >> yeah. except look at these claws. >> wow. >> whoa! >> and they're teething. they're getting their teeth. fortunately they're not biting too hard. >> you're brave. >> do they like us? >> well, they must. >> when do they become dangerous? what age? >> within a few weeks you won't be able to hold them like this. >> how big were they when they were born? >> about a pound or less. >> you go out to the wild and make sure everybody is okay, right? >> yeah, sometimes i go out to the wild and sometimes the wild is brought to me. >> let's go ahead and move those over and take a look at the north american river otter. tell us about the otter. >> okay. this is lou, a river otter. as you can see --
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